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Vanderbilt computer science experts to guide coursework development in Law School’s new AI Legal Lab

Nov. 6, 2023—Vanderbilt Law School Dean Chris Guthrie announced the creation of the Vanderbilt AI Legal Lab to explore how artificial intelligence intersects with the delivery of legal services and access to justice. “Through cross-sector partnerships, VAILL will extend the impact of Vanderbilt’s groundbreaking work in AI locally and globally,” said Cat Moon, founding co-director of VAILL...

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Interdisciplinary team develops open-access computer programming course for high school teachers

Nov. 3, 2023—A modular, open-access curriculum created at Vanderbilt that’s designed to expand the ability of high school teachers to use technology in learning offers an engaging introduction to advanced topics that are currently accessible only to computer science majors in college. Programming for a Networked World is a beginner-level MOOC (massive open online course) on Coursera...

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Vanderbilt engineering professor Joshua Caldwell elected Optica fellow

Nov. 2, 2023—Joshua Caldwell, a professor of mechanical engineering and director of Vanderbilt’s Interdisciplinary Materials Science (IMS) graduate program, has been elected to the 2024 Fellow Class of the Optica Society. Optica, formerly the Optical Society of America, is the preeminent professional society in the field of optics and photonics, with 22,000 members from 180 countries and 41 Nobel...

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Vanderbilt researchers receive 2023 Incyte Ingenuity Award

Nov. 1, 2023—A team of Vanderbilt researchers has been chosen to receive the 2023 Incyte Ingenuity Awards in graft-versus-host disease (GVHD). The award program aims to support the U.S. GVHD community by funding two innovative initiatives annually that address specific needs of people impacted by GVHD, including patients and their providers. The other award recipient was Massachusetts General...

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VISE expands programming for summer research fellows

Nov. 1, 2023—This past summer, 13 Vanderbilt undergraduates were selected to work on projects focused on epilepsy, miniature soft climbing robots, stroke treatment, kidney disease research, cancer resection and surgical skill assessment as part of the Vanderbilt Institute for Surgery and Engineering’s Summer Fellows Program (VSF). Each students gained valuable research experience working in a VISE lab...

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André Churchwell receives Modern Healthcare’s Luminary Award for diversity leadership

Oct. 31, 2023—by Kathy Whitney André Churchwell, MD André Churchwell, MD, Levi Watkins Jr. MD Professor of Medicine and professor of Biomedical Engineering and Radiology and Radiologic Sciences, has been recognized as a diversity leader and a recipient of Modern Healthcare’s Luminary Award. “The Diversity Leaders Luminary Award was created to honor those who have made outstanding,...

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Undergraduate minor in data science finds a home in the School of Engineering

Oct. 30, 2023—Beginning in fall 2024, the data science minor will become the 10th minor offered by the School of Engineering. The program, which launched in 2021, will move from the Office of the Provost to the school that is best aligned with its academic content. This gives students declaring the data science minor the best access to the most...

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Justus Ndukaife awarded distinguished Naval Research grant to advance thermal emission research

Oct. 26, 2023—Justus Ndukaife, assistant professor of electrical engineering, has been awarded the Office of Naval Research’s Young Investigator Program (YIP) Award for 2024 to continue his innovative research in thermal emission. Ndukaife is one of 24 recipients from over 220 applicants who will share nearly $18 million in funding to conduct novel scientific research that will...

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